Bystrianská cave - Slovakia
Nerby the river: Bystrianka
This national nature monument is located in cadastre of the community of Bystra in Banska Bystrica Region in Low Tatra Mountains. It is divided in two parts: Old and New Cave.
Its length is 2637 metres, and 490 metres of it is open for public. In 1940, the cave was partially open for public, and in 1968, the sightseeing route was prolonged. Since 1971, a part of total spaces is being used for recovering stays during treatments of respiratory ways.
Decoration elements: forms of river-modelation of subterranean flow of Bystrianka, stalactites.
Text: Monika Babická
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